I Installed OpenSuse 10.3

Yesterday I installed OpenSuse 10.3 on my home PC. And I’m impressed by the progress made in Linux desktop installation over a few years. I remember how painful it was to install older distributions like Red Hat 6.x. The OpenSuse installation is very straightforward. The installation takes care of almost everything. I just had to change the default partionning scheme a little to keep my Windows XP partition as the default one. And it’s fast compared to Windows. The longer part was the server updates at the end of the installation.

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2 Responses to “I Installed OpenSuse 10.3”  

  1. 1 inertz


    Why not go for 11.1, the latest OpenSuSE.

  2. 2 cjlise


    I installed version 10.3 only because I already had a live CD of this version. Is there any easy way to upgrade?


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